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MEDICAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (MIMS)

MIMS is a real-time, medical management system that provides an integrated approach to managing medical data.  In a single application, MIMS combines clinical data management, information visualization, informatics, along with two-way streaming video, voice and text.  MIMS is engineered specifically to transmit and receive medical-grade, high-definition, video, voice and text messaging, as well as real-time access to enterprise-deployed patient data, various types of medical images and real-time patient vitals.  MIMS uses mobile-wireless devices to deliver real-time medical information and clinical data to the palms of physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals.  Although  MIMS is “access-agnostic”, its primary means to exchange medical information  is using commercial wireless infrastructure and Broadband Wi-Fi, but  also takes advantage of other types of access technologies, such as Satellite communications.

  • MIMS merges telemedicine features with mobile health (mHealth) capabilities – an integrated approach to managing medical data
  • MIMS  provides clinicians and medical practitioners a high-level  secured, mobile environment
  • MIMS facilitates real-time streaming video, voice and text messaging, as well as real-time access to enterprise- deployed patient data
  • MIMS serves as a" middleware" application to facilitate an integrated approach to managing medical  information and clinical data,
  • MIMS allows the clinician to optimize the care-delivery process for patients at any time and from any location.

MIMS integrates data from other electronic medical record applications and has the capability to use a series of decision-support algorithms. Such data can then be transmitted for specialized, medical attention over a network, to physicians in remote locations who can diagnose the specific illness. It can also be stored in an electronic medical record.

ELECTRONIC CLINICAL
DATA MANAGEMENT
MOBILE TELEMEDICINE
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  DOCTOR-to-DOCTOR
INTERACTION

Electronic Clinical Data Management is a real-time, medical, data and information management tool that provides an integrated approach to managing medical data.Its unique algorithm allows multiple types of real-time,patient data (i.e. vital s, lab results, prescription doses)to be correlated against specific symptoms or illnesses and displayed on easy-to-read dashboards or stored in an electronic record. MIMS integrates data from other electronic medical record applicationsand use a series of decision-support algorithms.Such data can then be transmitted for specialized, medical attention over a network,to physicians in remote locations who can diagnose the specific illness.It can also be stored in an electronic medical record. 

Telemedicine Resources  are used to transmit and receive medical-grade,high-definition, video and voice, and various types of 3D medical images to facilitate managing patient treatment when the patient and their physician are in different locations.Physicians can now monitor patients from any location,at anytime, and have the right data available to make more informed clinical decisions.Specialized remote care will now be accessible to rural locations or any location that needs immediate,specialized care. 

Physicians will have remote access to monitor a patient’s chronic condition in real-time and have preset limits and alarms to alert them if their condition changes abruptly or to an unsafe status.  Physicians with multiple patients located at multiple hospitals or nursing homes will be able to monitor each of them independently from one remote location, and send notes to the nursing staff electronically if treatment actions are necessary.Physicians also have the capability to remotely monitor a patient’s critical vitals after a surgical procedure, with real-time access to patient vitals and video access to patients while they recover in the hospital 

MIMS’ Doctor-to-Doctor (D2D) technology creates ad-hoc networks within the larger cellular network, which allows physicians to efficiently conduct real-time,coordinating sessions and make coordinating with staff easier and more effective.Medical images and notes from nurses can be reviewed simultaneously for results-driven treatment plans.With D2D:

Physicians have remote access to medical portals that host up-to-date clinical procedures, clinical trials and drug interaction data. Physicians can access medical portal-based information during time-of-care or at any point during the day. Physicians benefit from real-time access to all medical data by using this data to make timely, and knowledge-based decisions versus totally relying on their memory